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  • Think Outside the Bottle

    First of all, WATER IS A HUMAN RIGHT. Think Outside the Bottle is a new and exciting project which is worth to work on! Our main aim is to show people that tap water is healthy and by reducing the production of plastic water bottles we can are helping the Read more [...]

  • Volunteering

    This is the area where Project Dirt will host all of its resources about volunteering.  So whether you’re a host project seeking volunteers or a person or group looking for opportunities here is a good place to start:

  • Clitterhouse Farm Project

    PLEASE SUPPORT OUR CROWDFUND.   DEADLINE 17TH DECEMBER 2018! The Clitterhouse Farm Project is made up of local residents and groups who share a common interest in saving and restoring the historic Clitterhouse Farm buildings in Cricklewood in North West London. Our mission is to protect the buildings from Read more [...]

  • Tooting Common Heritage Project

    We’re a HLF funded project run by Wandsworth Borough Council and we’re working to explore the natural and cultural heritage of Tooting Common. We are working with Groundwork, the South London Swimming Club and the Woodfield Project. We’re looking for people who are passionate about the Common and would like Read more [...]

  • Lister Steps Carnegie Community Hub

    The ‘Lister Steps Carnegie Community Hub’ project, is currently in the development phase of the Heritage Lottery Fund process. If we receive the funding we require we will regenerate the historic former Andrew Carnegie Library and relocate our existing childcare services into the building. The regenerated building will also serve Read more [...]

  • The Great Trees of London

    To create an up to date map and current information about the 50 Great Trees of London as a reference and for public interest.  Tree information to be supplied from time to time by local volunteers and submitted via the TiCL system. The data to be kept freely and publicly Read more [...]

  • Lambeth Friends of Greater London National Park

    Local group supporting Greater London National Park from Lambeth.  Interested? What else can you do:  Based in Lambeth, join this group Help make Greater London a National Park. Get tickets for Reimagining London: What if we made London a National Park? Walk the height of a mountain without leaving home.

  • WW1 Replica Trench

    Eckington Town Team are building within the Eckington Heritage & Exhibition Centre a replica WW1 trench with video and soundscape. We are describing the effects of WW1 on both the soldiers who fought in unimaginably difficult conditions and on the families they left behind. Families who knew little about the Read more [...]

  • The Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park

    Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park – thirty one acres of beautiful and atmospheric woodland in the heart of East London. This is the most urban woodland in London. The site supports an incredible variety of trees, plants, birds, insects, bats, beetles and butterflies.It is a designated Local Nature Reserve and, as Read more [...]

  • Hammersmith & Fulham Urban Studies Centre

    WANTED: Education Volunteers! We are looking for one or two volunteers to support our exciting new Tri-Borough Outdoor Learning project; assisting on preparation and delivery of our outside sessions. Plus we are looking for support with our general administrative activities in our friendly Hammersmith office. Responsibilities will include assisting monitoring Read more [...]

  • Bowring Park ‘Restoration Project’

    Historic Bowring Park is Knowsley’s oldest municipal park, established when the Georgian Roby Hall estate was gifted in 1906 by Alderman WB Bowring to the people of Liverpool after the adoption of the Open Spaces Act 1906. Knowsley Council, working with our partners, has successfully passed Stage 1 of a Read more [...]

  • Nut Project

    Summary in a Nutshell To explore the use and value of the Nut trees with a view that these  trees could be of huge future significance for our temperate climate with a focus on community application and education. Ancient Needs- Future Needs- The Nut project specifically addresses the peoplecare of food security Read more [...]

  • Just Act

    Just Act is a website providing practical advice for anyone wanting to make a difference and improve their community.  The site points visitors to advice and resources sourced from a variety of organisations and people who are involved in a community project. It also contains a forum where we host monthly live discussions, Read more [...]

  • Fort Walney Uncovered

    Art Gene’s associate artists and archaeologists are offering a unique opportunity to rediscover the military heritage on the Northern end of Walney Island, Barrow in Furness and uncover the stories of Walney during the two World Wars. Fort Walney Uncovered is a new collaborative programme of art, app and archaeology Read more [...]

  • Mapping the Seldom Seen

    Mapping the Seldom Seen is Art Gene’s artist-led research programme for Morecambe Bay Partnership. Art Gene is collecting the “Seldom Seen” assets of Morecambe Bay: historical insights, stories, old photographs, and artefacts. Art Gene will be creating original, artworks that interpret the social, natural and industrial heritage of Morecambe Bay. Read more [...]

  • Garden at Edge Hill Station

    This is a call out for volunteers to join our community garden project. A magical railway garden based at Metal at Edge Hill Station. Suggested weekly activities: Tending to raised beds / Planting / Sowing seeds / Making and maintaining seating area / Weeding / Watering and much more Support/Training Provided: We Read more [...]

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